"Eros ,Grotesque,Nonsense" is the words that were used to express a subculture of those days in Japan of 70's. "..I have been influenced from the techno pop(ex.Yellow magic orchestra,Kraftwerk)and hip-hop(ex.Public enemy,Run DMC) in the past and sympathize with an artist who is doing acoustic experiment by digital signal processing(ex.Oval ,Ryouji Ikeda,Artists of Mille Plateaux) now. Was born and live in Tokyo,Japan..." Topics: Glitch, different clicks
New release, the first at play-code, from Takeshi Nakamura. Dense and glitchy sounds from Tokyo... Topic: play-code, takeshi nakamura, glitch, dsp, reaktor, max/msp, netlabel, IDM, idm, electronics, weird,...
Takeshi Nakamura is back on zymogen for another brilliant work taking his sound to another level of complexity. This 6 tracks ep has been produced after Ordinary Days following similar processes of composition, always keeping a quality level near to the maximum and creating sonorities similar to his previous record without any loss of intensity. Takeshi accustoms us to pure geometric structures stained with digital rough sketches, sweet discords and harmonious glitches, but with these... Topics: "experimental", "glitch", "soundscapes", "electronic",...
Takeshi Nakamura, who's been making quite the name for himself on various netlabels (Zymogen, Digital Biotope, Play-Code, ...), can certainly be relied upon should you be looking for avant-garde sonic investigations. "Strange Animals" is made of curious harmonics that were meticulously assembled through what i would guess are alien Max/msp or Reaktor patches. The tracks' structures are at first hard to identify as most of the rhythms are quite unorthodox, until (in some cases) a more... Topics: glitch, experimental, avant-garde, digital, reaktor, maxmsp, clicks, cuts
Six tracks that bring us to a cycle of life. From birth to death, Nakamura offers a voyage tru a more experimental enviroment than the ones we were used to in his other works. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topic: MiMi, I.D.M, Electronica, Takeshi Nakamura Source: MiMi Records - http://www.clubotaku.org/mimi
Ordinary Days is a deep and consistent release focused on the latest productions of the sound designer Takeshi Nakamura composed in the last part of 2005. After a nice release on Neureal, Takeshi brings back his skills to create this complex album made of microsounds, drones and cold atmospheres where our Japanese friend shows his addiction to the obscure side of electronic sounds. These nine tracks sketch a development in Takeshi's music through a combination between cold ambient mood over... favoritefavoritefavorite ( 3 reviews ) Topics: experimental, glitch, soundscapes, electronic, ambient, drone, downtempo Source: http://www.zymogen.net
Takeshi Nakamura is back with a new ep called "Music For 14 Years Old", and the result is quite an unexpected one, portraying a mix of cold electronic glitch as well as warmer influences that add a more accessible quality to his style. Takeshi also injected some acoustic percussion and granulized voices into his reknown mix of finely processed bleep tones and other such noises, making all of this add up to a charmingly entrancing ep that will most likely have you returning to it.... Topic: glitch, experimental, electronic, tones, noise, percussion